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comment Difference between Throttling and Rate limiting in API Management
@Dunk still fits; the cap is enforced serverside and the throttle is set client side (usually after hitting the rate limit or throughput limit).
23h
comment Verifying absence of an event in multithreaded unit test
or mock the executor that runs the task and ensure the task completes? You did use DI for that, didn't you?
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comment How to mark next version in the source code?
@Borek hat it should be is opinion based. Though including a way to easily identify which commit/branch it was built from is preferable.
1d
comment What will happen if I execute this code?
what is your optimization setting? if too optimized it'll end up if(flag!=1)while(true);
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comment Difference between Throttling and Rate limiting in API Management
Rate limiting is on the receiving end to force the sender to throttle.
Apr
14
comment How does a program talk to a graphics card?
other related: stackoverflow.com/questions/6399676/…
Apr
14
comment How to programmatically find or construct good definitions of topics
look it up on a dictionary site.
Apr
13
comment Materializing Java Swing JComboBox
@RobertHarvey L&F is look and feel essentially the pluggable presentation mechanics of Swing that reimplements all visual quirks of the platform components in software.
Apr
13
comment Why employers demands two completely odd requirements to be met
They want an app dev that can work on both android and iPhone. Or they already have a candidate lined up with that skillset and want to go through the motions of application.
Apr
10
comment To obtain knowledge on APIs
Read the documentation?
Apr
9
comment is there a cleaner / simpler way to code this?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a code review question.
Apr
9
comment is there a cleaner / simpler way to code this?
If it works as intended then ask on codeReview.SE (it has to work they are very strict about that), if it doesn't then go to SO.
Apr
7
comment What are the advantages of linear probing over separate chaining or vice-versa when implementing hash tables?
@emodendroket or add a flag to the array type for "deleted", Likewise for "empty" (as you don't have null for that either) though with copy-on-write you can afford to do some extra work rehashing on deletion.
Apr
7
comment Idiomatic C API with regards to pointers
@BasileStarynkevitch or one of both uses a static C-runtime (with a maloc/free based on the same things as the system C-runtime but using its own globals) rather than one linked in by the system. Either way if you want an extended debate you can find me on programmer's chat.
Apr
7
comment Idiomatic C API with regards to pointers
@BasileStarynkevitch but something to be aware of either way, easiest way to work around is to ensure only 1 library can allocate and destroy all instances of an object.
Apr
7
comment How “good” are PC randomly generated variables?
@DocBrown but for most combinations the RNG will be a linear congruent generator with known parameters
Apr
3
comment Uploading freelance projects to GitHub for personal portfolio
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about the legal ramifications of publishing freelance projects.
Mar
23
comment How to show to internal clients how complex is our task
like the xkcd?
Mar
9
comment When are nonblocking read or receive operations useful?
when you are receiving on multiple points
Mar
4
comment In C, what is an unconditional jump?
@MSalters narrow the scope to just the instruction